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Course “Casting light on Black Holes: An initiation to astrophysics and gravitation”

Title
Daniel Marín Pina (ICCUB)
By
Daniel Marín Pina - ICCUB
Date
Time
Language
CA
Contact
divulgacio@icc.ub.edu
Area
Cosmology
Gravitation
Open to all

The Institute of Cosmos Sciences (ICCUB) PhD students, Daniel Marín, is offering an initiation course in astrophysics and gravitation at the Casa Golferichs Community Centre. Daniel will focus on the current research on astrophysics to explain basic concepts of these disciplines and introduce us to their mysteries.

 

COURSE: «CASTING LIGHT ON BLACK HOLES: AN INITIATION TO ASTROPHYSICS AND GRAVITATION»

Black holes are one of the most extreme phenomena in our Universe: with their motion, they distort space-time around them; when passing in front of another star, they are able to deviate its light, and when they crash into one another, they generate more energy than could be ever used by humans. In this course, we will explore astronomy, gravitation and other areas of the physics of the cosmos through black holes. We will see cutting-edge concepts as well, such as the Big Bang, supernovas and gravitational waves.

By Daniel Marín Pina (ICCUB)

When? Thursdays from 7:15 PM to 8:45 PM, from April 28 to June 16

Where? A Xalet room, Casa Golferichs Community Centre

Price 63,89€

Registrations open from April 4 at the following link

 

 


About the teacher

Daniel Marín Pina is a PhD student at the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona, where he also obtained his bachelor’s degree in Physics and master’s degree in Astrophysics, Particle Physics and Cosmology. His research is focused on gravity, black holes and gravitational waves.

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